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Tennant Company selects Invoiceware International to automate Mexico’s new tax reporting requirements

Holding one-third of the world market on industrial cleaning supplies, Tennant Company turned to Invoiceware to simplify the implementation processes necessary to effectively comply with Mexico’s new electronic accounting requirements taking effect in September.

Mexico’s latest requirement under eContabilidad legislation requires multinational companies operating in Mexico to begin submitting journal entry (Polizas) reports on September 3. These reports must match supporting XML electronic invoices or companies will risk being audited, facing fines up to $3,000 per invoice for any inaccuracy. Companies currently sending and receiving CFDI electronic invoices should expect to follow these eContabilidad requirements in order to remain compliant and avoid being audited.

Invoiceware International allows companies to seamlessly manage compliance across Latin America, eliminating the need to dedicate additional costs and resources for necessary changes to their existing SAP ERP systems.

Scott Lewin, President & CEO, Invoiceware International:
“With the latest Mexico eContabilidad reporting requirements, companies who are already sending e-invoices should prepare for journal entry reporting as soon as possible, or they’ll likely face firedrills and audits from the tax authority. Our clients are able to eliminate audit risks and implementation challenges, allowing them to ultimately benefit from seamless, automated processes while maintaining compliance in one of the strictest regulatory environments in the world.”

For more information about Mexico’s journal entry (Polizas) reporting requirements, click here to watch Invoiceware International’s latest webinar “How to Address Hidden Issues with Mexico eAccounting Reports Due by September 3rd, 2015.


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